January 15, 2020

Justice filing paperwork Thursday for his and Trump’s campaigns

Gov. Jim Justice will be filing paperwork on Thursday for two candidates for public office.

Ruby touts tourism growth

Wednesday was Tourism Day at the West Virginia State Capitol.

Sierra Club asked to account for millions paid to foundation

A provision in the original deal directed Longview Power to pay $500,000 per year to the Sierra Club to establish the Appalachian Stewardship Foundation.

Powell explains violent crime rate trend

Statistics released by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of West Virginia show violent crime fell 30% in Bridgeport, Martinsburg and Wheeling.

DHHR, ODCP roll out Overdose Data Dashboard

State officials hope the data collected help local first responders.

Wheeling officials believe overdose alert system is doing its job

The alert system was used for the first time in months on Tuesday.

Judge denies Don Blankenship’s request to have his mine safety conviction overturned

Berger says evidence that was withheld could have been obtained elsewhere, including through cross-examination.

Putnam County becomes state’s first “Second Amendment Sanctuary”

County commission passed the resolution on Tuesday.

Marshall tries to get offense in gear before welcoming Charlotte, ODU

Herd has been to 64 and 50 in last two losses.

Thomas Health begins bankruptcy process with creditors

Initial hearing held allowing Thomas Memorial and Saint Francis Hospital to remain open during reorganization.

Kanawha County Schools testing out new school bus safety technology

There are more than 180 buses that run in Kanawha County.

Osabuohien’s effort energizing everyone around him for WVU

West Virginia fans are falling in love with the gritty style of forward Gabe Osabuohien.

House debates, approves born alive bill

Heated debated but bill passes easily 93-5.

Justices hear arguments in longstanding right-to-work case

Right-to-work law has been under court review since 2016.

Democratic voter registration in WV drops to historic low

The latest figures compiled by the Secretary of State’s Office show the precipitous decline of registered Democrats in the West Virginia continues. The data show...

West Virginia squashes Horned Frogs in laugher at WVU Coliseum

West Virginia handed TCU its first Big 12 loss in most emphatic fashion.

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